UCLA 37th Annual Tax Controversy Institute
We are pleased to welcome everyone back to an in person meeting for the 37th UCLA Extension Tax Controversy Institute which will be on held on October 21st, at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. For those who wish to attend remotely, we will also be providing that option. We have another great line up of esteemed panelists and government speakers who will be presenting on a full range of current tax controversy issues. We are also are pleased to be presenting the Bruce I. Hochman Award to the Honorable Juan F. Vasquez, U.S. Tax Court. I am honored this year to Co-Chair the Institute with my partner, Sandra R. Brown.
Our amazing line up of “can’t miss” programs will include –
A Keynote from Commissioner Charles P. Rettig
IRS Collection in the 21st Century with Darren Guillot, Commissioner, Small Business/Self Employed (SB/SE) Collection, IRS
Post-Covid IRS Examination with Timothy Bilotta, Acting Director, Southwest Area Small Business/Self Employed Field Examination, IRS
IRS Promoter, Enforcement Actions & Penalties with Lois E. Deitrich, Acting Director of the new IRS Office of Promoter Investigations
In Search of Virtual Currency, with Ryan Korner Special Agent in Charge, IRS Criminal Investigation Los Angeles Field Office
Getting ready for the New Fraud Frontier with Damon Rowe, Executive Director IRS Office of Fraud Enforcement, James Lee, Chief, IRS Criminal Investigation, Nathan Hochman, Former Assistant Attorney General DOJ Tax Division, and Alexander Robbins, Assistant U.S. Attorney, CDCA
Click Here for Registration information. You do not want to miss this program.